Best Night La Laguna Hotel

Address: Carretera Costera de Puerto Escondido KM 124, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, 71980, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Costera de Puerto Escondido KM 124, Puerto Escondido, is near Playa Zicatela, Playa Bacocho, Chacagua, and Playa Marinero.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

Adios guatemala

A travel blog entry by steve88 on Sep 30, 2014

... Market People Affordable Guatemala is a beautiful place despite only having spent a week here. I doubt I'll come back but I'm certainly glad I visited all the same. Something else I've also started to discover, usually when I travel I drink lots and each like **** and don't exercise. I've started trying to gym and eat healthier, if something makes you feel happier and better about yourself why not ...

Oaxaca and Puerto Escondido

A travel blog entry by allanamue on May 23, 2014

53 photos

... but luckily, Lachy (Gisbourne) could speak great Spanish, as could our new german friend Milon. We successfully purchased tickets and arrived at the station via the underground subway. It was so crowded on the trains. I got myself on board but my backpack got jammed in the doors, the Mexicans next to me gave me a heave and managed to get my pack in. Gracious! If we didn't have Lachy or Milon, it probably would have been a very challenging task tackling the ...

Mexican pipeline

A travel blog entry by sharonbrian on Nov 20, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... rubbish anywherel Met a few Aussies here. Young surfie chaps. They all seem to drive from California surfing their way down the pacific coast. Reminded us of when we were in oz doing the same thing years ago. Except they have months! As usual our host at our accommodation was ...

Rocking chacahua

A travel blog entry by ditton on Aug 15, 2012

... called time zones. So at 8 in the morning I am hanging out on the edge of a mangrove lined lagoon with some locals eating boney, super greasy tamales, drinking beers and waiting. The locals were friendly enough and the hour and change went by fairly fast. It turns out the lagoon is rich with fish and shrimp. There used to be a population of crocs that are now only found in breeding facilities. After a ten minute boat ride I am ...

Blockade Busting, Pacific Power, Dolphins & Drugs

A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 09, 2011

40 photos

After our wonderful farewell dinner with Ray and Nina we set off for our overnight bus that was estimated to take 13 hours and get us in bright and early. That's what was…. What actually happened was more of a 23 hour epic!

We stopped somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the night, just a pit-stop we thought. Then we turned around(!) and drove for a while before pulling in to a rest area with an ablution block. Another pit-stop? No, the engine and ...